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Full text of "Sou'wester Yearbook"

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IT HAS BEEN A PLEAS- 
URE AND A PRIVILEGE 
TO PREPARE THIS SOU'- 
WESTER FOR YOU, AND 
WE HOPE THAT IN 
SOME MEASURE THE 
BOOK WILL BE WHAT 
YOU WOULD HAVE IT 
BE. IT IS WITH SOME- 
WHAT A FEELING OF 
TREPIDATION THAT WE 
RELEASE IT FOR YOUR 
CRITICISM, BUT IF IN 
AFTER TIMES IT WILL 
BRING BACK AN HOUR 
HERE AND THERE OF 
YOUR MANY HAPPY 
DAYS AT SOUTHWEST- 
ERN, WE SHALL FEEL 
AMPLY REPAID FOR 
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TO ONE WHO HAS CAPTURED THE 
HEARTS OF THE ENTIRE STUDENT BODY 
BY HIS UNTIRING LABORS FOR THEM 
AND HIS UNCEASING DEVOTION TO 
THEM, WE THE THIRTY-FIRST EDITORIAL 
STAFF AFFECTIONATELY DEDICATE 
THIS VOLUME . . . OUR BELOVED PRESI- 
DENT, JOHN WILLIAM BERGIN, D. D. 




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SOUTHWESTERN SONG 

Again we hail thee, mother dear, 

Hail to thee, Southwestern, 
Thy sons are loyal, never fear, 

Loyal to Southwestern, 
We'll ne'er forget thy fost'ring care, 

The quiet hour of morning prayer — 
The ringing call to service there 

Back in old Southwestern. 

Our fondest memories will cling, 

Cling to thee, Southwestern. 
And all the service we can bring 

Shall be thine, Southwestern. 
The days of toil we welcome here; 

We love the spot with all its cheer,- 
The songs to every student dear, — 

Dear to old Southwestern. 

Come, let us on to victory 

For our dear Southwestern. 
For Texas still has need of thee, 

Needs her own Southwestern. 
And may thy sun forever shine, 

As students gather at thy shrine, 
For life and death we all are thine, 

Always thine, Southwestern. 



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A CDessage From 
the ^President 

Southwestern has as 
fine a student body of out- 
standing young men and 
women as it has ever had. 
I congratulate you on 
your achievement this 
year. I thank you for your 
warm friendship, your un- 
swerving loyalty, your 
happy cooperation, and 
your glad good will — I 
love you. 




JOHN WILLIAM BERGIN 

You made me president 
of Southwestern Univer- 
sity, and by your enthu- 
siasm for and devotion to 
your college, you are 
making a greater South- 
western for another year. 



JOHN WILLIAM BERGIN 
President of Southwestern University 




OSCAR ALVIN ULLRICH 

B. A., Ph. D. 

Dean of the Faculty 



RANDOLPH WOOD TINSLEY 

B. S., LL. D. 
Executive Secretary of 
Ex-Students Association 





ISAAC JOEL McCOOK 
Business Manager 



MARGARET MOOD McKENNON 
B. A. 
Librarian 




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H. E. MEYER 
B. A., B. M., B. S. 
Dean of Music 



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MAY CATT GRANBERY 
Supervisor of Women 



PEARL ALMA NEAS 
Registrar 

Director of the Correspondence 
Department 
Director of Publicity 

RODNEY JAMES KIDD 
B. A., M. Ed. 
Manager of Mood Hall 





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OSCAR ALVIN ULLRICH 
B. A., M. A., Ph. D. 
Dean of the Faculty 

Professor of Education and 
Psychology 



JOHN CAMPBELL 

GODBEY 

B. A., M. A. 

Professor of Chemistry 

and Physics 

Junior Counselor 



RANDOLPH WOOD 

TINSLEY 

B. S„ LL. D. 

Professor of Biology 



JOHN COWPER 

GRANBERY 

B. A., M. A., B. D. 

Ph. D., D. D. 

Professor of Philosophy 



LUTHER JACOB 

WAGGONER 

B. A., M. A., B. D. 

Associate Professor of 

Religious Education and 

History, Senior Counselor 



MYRON LAWSON 

WILLIAMS 

B. A., M. A. 

Professor of Business Ad- 
ministration Economics, 
and Sociology 
Freshman Counselor 



WILLIAM CURTIS NUNN 

B. A., M. A. 

Instructor in History 



CLAUD HOWARD 

B. A., M. A., Ph. D. 

Professor of English 

Sophomore Counselor 



FREDRICK CHARLES 

ALEXANDER LEHMBERG 

B. A., M. A. 

Professor of German 



HERBERT LEE GRAY 

B. A., D. D. 

Professor of Bible and 

Religion 



WESLEY CARROLL 

VADEN 

B. A., M. A. 

Professor of Latin, Greek 

and French 



ALBERT RUSSELL 

WAPPLE 

B. S„ M. A. 

Associate Profesosr of 

Mathematics 



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Director of Physical 
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THOMAS B. MARSH 

B. A., M. A. 

Assistant Professcr of 

Speech and Dramatic 

Literature 



CHARLES MESSERVIE 

EDENS 

B. A. 

Director of Athletics 

and Coach 



GEORGE C. HESTER 

B. A., M. A. 

Associate Professor of 

History and Political 

Science 



HENRY EDWIN MEYER 
B. A., B. M., B. S. 
Professor of Music 



SHERMAN D. LESESENE HELEN CLAY MOORMAN 

B. S„ M. A. Mus. B. 

Instructor in Chemistry Instructor in Music 



ETHEL WEIMERS 
Assistant Librarian 



MAY CATT GRANBERY 
Supervisor of Women 



FRANCES LOVE 

B. A., M. A. 

Instructor in Latin and 

French 



GEORGIA BRIDGERS 

Hostess for the Women's 

Building 




IOLA BOWDEN 

B. F. A. 

Instructor in Music 



VELMA TISDALE 

B. A., M. A. 

Assistant Professor of 

Mathematics 



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Dietitian 



ALBERT MAY 
Campus Manager 



VAN COLLIER TIPTON LUCY BELLE MORGAN 

B. A., M. D. B. A., M. A. 

University Physician Assistant Professor of 

Spanish 



MARGIE LEE HOWLE LOIS CLARKE 

B. S. in Ph. Ed. Assistant to the Registrar 

Instructor in Physical 
Education 



THOMAS HAMILTON 

CLARKE 

B. A. 

Instructor in Stenography 



LOIS MAY 

University Nurse 

Fall Semester 



GORDON H. HOLMES ALLIE ECKLES 

Cashier Secretary to the Business 

Manager 



VANCE SEAMANS 

B. A. 

Assistant Coach 



JOE DAVIS 
B. S. 

Assistant in the Business 
Office 



ANITA STORRS 

GAEDCKE 

Instructor in Violin 



SIDNEY BURGIN DUNN 

B. S„ M. S. 

Instructor in Physics 






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EARNEST ROBERTS ARMSTRONG 

Hebbronville 

Major: History; Phi Delta Theta; Senate '33- 
'35; Vice-President of Senior Class, Fall Semes- 
ter; President of Sophomore Class '32; Busi- 
ness Manager of Sou-wester '35-'36; Mask and 
Wig; Pan Hellenic '35-'36. 



ADOLPH BALZEN Dunlay 

Major: Chemistry; Science Society. 



JOE BARNES 



Belton 



Major: History; Secretary Mood Hall Honor 
Council '35-'36; President of Senior Class, Fall 
Semester; Student Representative to Athletic 
Council '36-'36; Captain Freshman Football 
Team '32; Football Letterman '33, '34, '35; 
Captain of Varsity '35; Basketball Letterman 
'33, '34, '35; President of "S" Association '34- 
'35. 



LELJA LEE BATTE 



Cameron 



Major: Voice; Delta Delta Delta; "Woman's 
Honor Council; University Choir; President 
Music Club; Mozart Society; Pan Hellenic. 




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LEROY BERKMAN Georgetown 

Major: History; Freshman Football. 



JAMES BENARD Kerrville 

Major: History; Pi Gamma Mu. 



ANNIE BISHOP 



Georgetown 



Major: Mathematics; English Club; Science 
Society. 



IOLA BISHOP Georgetown 

Major: History; Pi Gamma Mu. 




AGNES BRANNIES 



Industry 



Major: Englich; University Choir; Laura Kuy- 
kendall Ensemble; English Club. 



ESTELLA BRANNIES 



Industry 



Major: English; Mask and Wig; University 
Choir; Vice-President English Club; Pep 
Squad; Sports Club; Woman's Athletic Coun- 
cil; Alpha Chi. 



JOHN BROWN 



Palestine 



Major: Bible and Religion; Pirate Band '34-'35, 
Manager '35-'36; Choir; Mask and Wig; Or- 
chestra. 



RAYMOND M. BURTON 



Waco 



Major: Bible; Pi Gamma Mu; Secretary Minis- 
terial Association '35-'36. 



FANITA CHAPMAN Beaumont 

Major: Piano; Music Club; Mozart Society. 



GAYLE CRAWFORD 



Jarrell 



Major: Economics; Phi Delta Theta; Senate 
'35-'36; President University Honor Council. 



BRUCE DAY 



Karnes City 



Major: English; Honors in English; Vice- 
President Pi Gamma Mu; Sigma Tau Delta; 
President Ministerial Association; English 
Club; University Choir; University Orchestra; 
Band; Headwaher; Music Club; Progressive 
Democrats. 



DOROTHY DEFFEBACH 



Fort Worth 



Major: Economics; Treasurer Zeta Alpha Tau 
'35-'36; Woman's Building Honor Council '35- 
'36; Senate '35-'36; Secretary Student Asso- 
ciation '35-'36; Pep Squad; Pan-Hellenic. 



NELSON DURST 



Art 



Major: Economics and Sociology; Alpha Chi; 
Pi Gamma Mu; Science Society; Sigma Tau 
Delta. 



BILLY BOB EANES 



Georgetown 



Major: History; Phi Delta Theta; Pi Gamma 
Mu. 



LUCILLE EANES 



Georgetown 



Major Latin; Zeta Tau Alpha; Treasurer Alpha 
Chi '35-'36; Secretary Junior Class; Secretary 
Senior Class; Secretary English Club '35-'36; 
Student Assistant in English '35-'35, '35-'36; 
Pep Sguad. 



OWEN EDWARD EREKSON 



El Campo 



Major Chemistry; President Alpha Chi; Presi- 
dent Science Society; Student Assistant in 
Chemistry '33; Tutor in Inorganic Chemistry 
'33-'34; Tutor in Organic Chemistry '35-'36; "S" 
Association; Varsity Football '33-'34-'35; Track; 
Senate; University Honor Council; Mood Hall 
Honor Council; University Choir. 







THOMAS MORGAN FERGUSON Georgetown 

Major Chemistry; Kappa Alpha;, President 
'34-'35; Science Society; President Junior Class; 
Vice-President Senior Class; Student Assistant 
in Biology; Pan Hellenic '34-'35-'36. 



GEORGE EDWARD GARNER Phoenix, Ariz. 

Major Bible and Religion; Pi Gamma Mu; 
Mask and Wig; Ministerial Association; Uni- 
versity Choir; National Collegiate Players; 
Alpha Chi; Progressive Democrats; Sigma Tau 
Delta. 



HELENA GRESHAM 



Centerville 



Major English; Alpha Delta Pi; Spanish Club; 
English Club; Mozart Club; Music Club; Sigma 
Tau Delta. 



I. D. HOKE, JR. 



CONROE 



Major: History; Freshman Football; Varsity 
Football '34-'35; S Association. 




REESE JENNINGS 



Kerens 



Major: Economics; Freshman Football; Varsity 
Football '32, '33, '34; Captain Varsity Foot- 
ball '34; Senate '35-'36; President Mood Honor 
Council '35-'36; S Association. 



THEOPHIL LEONHARD 



Stonewall 



Major: Political Science; Pi Gamma Mu; Choir; 
Student Assistant in Psychology. 



WILBUR CHARLES LOVE Georgetown 

Major: History and Political Science. 



LOIS MAY Georgetown 

Major: Dramatics; S Association. 



FRANCES LETBETTER MAYO Georgetown 

Major: Dramatic Literature; University Choir; 
Mask and Wig. 



MARY PEARL McCLUNEY 



Kerens 



Major: History; Secretary Zeta Tau Alpha '32, 
'33; Mask and Wig; Secretary-Treasurer Sopho- 
more Class '32, '33; Sports Club; Pep Squad. 



ERLINE McNEELY 



Troy 



JEAN MEYER 



Georgetown 



Major: Public School Music; Vice-President 
Delta Delta Delta; Secretary Alpha Chi; Uni- 
versity Choir; Music Club; Mozart Society; 
Pep Squad. 



LEONA MILES 



Georgetown 



Major: Piano; Secretary Music Club; Mozart 
Club. 



LEAL C. MEYER 



Georgetown 



VIRGIL MORELLE 



Georgetown 



Major: History and Political Science; Phi Delta 
Theta; Pi Gamma Mu; Pi Kappa Delta; Senate 
'35, '36; English Club; Debate '34, '35, '36; 
Tennis '34, '35, '36; S Association. 



KATHERINE PATE 



Hidalgo 



Major: English; Delta Delta Delta; Women's 
Building Honcr Council '35; English Club. 




MERLE PERRY 



Liberty Hill 



WILLIAM A. PHIFER 



Normangee 



Major: Spanish; Student Assistant in Spanish; 
Secretary Pan American Forum '35, '36. 



Major: Political Science; San Jacinto '28; Uni- 
versity Choir '28, '35, '36; Secretary to Presi- 
dent '35, '36. 



JESSIE SCOTT PRICE 



Paris 



Major: Public School Music; Alpha Delta Pi; 
Treasurer '34, '35; Vice-President '35, '36; 
President Women's Building Honor Council; 
Senate '35, '36; Women's Pan Hellenic '34, 
'35; Secretary Music Club '35, '36; Mozart So- 
ciety; English Club; Megaphone Staff; Stu- 
dent Assistant in English; Piano Assistant; 
Pep Sguad; Accompanist for Choir '35. 



MELVIN PRICE 



Georgetown 



Major: Economics; Kappa Sigma; Senate '34, 
'35; Mask and Wig; Pan American Forum. 




FRANK L. RENFRO 



Jacksonville 



Major: History; Kappa Alpha; Mask and Wig; 
Class Reporter '35, '36. 



FRANCES MARY RICE 



Cleburne 



Major: History; Delta Delta Delta; Pi Gamma 
Mu, Secretary-Treasurer '35, '36; University 
Choir; Pep Squad. 



MELROSE ROBINSON 



El Paso 



Major: Spanish; Alpha Chi; English Club; 
Pan American Fcrum; Sports Club. 



LYNN ROSS 



Houston 



Freshman Football; Varsity Football '31, '32, 
'33, '34; S Association. 



JARRARD SECREST 



Georgetown 



Major Economics; Phi Delta Theta; President 
Pi Gamma Mu '35, '36; President Pi Kappa 
Delta '34, '35; Senate '34, '35, '36; University 
Honor Council '33, '34, '35; President Students 
Association '35-'36; President Freshman Class 
'32; Editor Megaphone '34-'35; Associate Edi- 
tor Megaphone '35, '36; Student Faculty Rela- 
tions Committee '35, '36; Lyceum Committee 
'35, '36; Debating '32, '33, '34, '35; Pan- 
Hellenic 35, '36. 



JOHN SHARPS 



Georgetown 



Major Chemistry; Science Society; Chemistry 
Laboratory Assistant '35, '36. 



JAMES CONNELL SHAW Georgetown 

Major History; Spanish Club. 



EUGENE SMITH 



San Antonio 



Major Chemistry; Vice-President Science So- 
ciety '35, '36; Student Assistant in Chemistry 
'35, '36; Sigma Tau Delta. 






COWLEY SMITH 



Covington 



Major Economics; Pi Gamma Mu; University 
Orchestra; Golf '34; Manager Football Team 
'35; Basket Ball '34, '36; S Association; Pirate 
Band; Director of Pirate Pageant. 



FLORENCE SPENCER 



San Antonio 



Major English; Treasurer Alpha Delta Pi; 
Women's Building Honor Council '34, '35. 



NEWTON STARNES 



Winona 



Major English; Pi Gamma Mu; Mood Honor 
Council '35, '36; Mask and Wig; English Club; 
President Ministerial Association, Fall Semes- 
ter '35; Alpha Chi; Young Democrats. 



FRED STEWART 



Wellington 



Major Economics; President Kappa Sigma '34, 
'35; Pi Gamma Mu; Senate '34, '35; Busi- 
ness Manager Megaphone '36; Pan Hellenic. 




JOHN STREIT 



Amarillo 



DILLARD SWOPE 



Killeen 



Kappa Sigma; Student Representative to the 
Athletic Council; Tennis. 



Major History and Political Science; Pi Gamma 
Mu; Pan American Forum; Basketball '35, 
'36; Football '34, '35; S Association. 



FRANCES TEMPLE 



Pineland 



FRANCES TINSLEY 



Georgetown 



Major Spanish; Pan American Forum; Senate 
'33, '35; Sou'Wester Beauty; Pep Squad; 
Women's Pan Hellenic; Delta Delta Delta. 



Major: Dramatics; President Zeta Tau Alpha 
'35, '36; Senate '34, '35, '36; Sou'Wester 
Beauty; English Club; Mask and Wig; Pan 
Hellenic '34, '35, '36; Pep Squad; Associate 
Editor Megaphone '34, '35. 




ANNETTA WEATHERBY 



Jacksonville 



Major: Dramatic Literature; Delta Delta Delta; 
Pi Theta Kappa; Pan American Forum; Vice- 
President Junior Class; Vice-President Mask 
and Wig; English Club; Pep Squad; Music 
Club; Pi Gamma Mu. 



FOLK WEAVER Santa Rosa 

Major: History; Football '35-'36; S Association. 



ETHEL WIEMERS 



Georgetown 



Major: English; Secretary Alpha Chi '35-'36; 
Senate; University Honor Council; President 
English Club '35-'36; Mask and Wig; Univer- 
sity Choir; Pep Squad; Student Assistant in 
English; Assistant Librarian; Women's Athletic 
Council '35-'36; Women's S Association; Sports 
Club; Golf Champion '33; Mozart Society; 
Music Club. 



GEORGE W. LARENDON 



Houston 



Major: Chemistry; Biology Laboratory In- 
structor. 






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NAOMI BEARDEN 



LILLA BESSONETTE 



CHARLES BIGHAM 



DONNELL BISHOP 



FRANETTE BROCKETTE 



Cotulla 



Georgetown 



San Antonio 



Temple 



Georgetown 



Florence 




WELDON BYRD 



Waco EILEEN CARPENTER 



Waco 



ANTHONY CECIL 



Neches CHARLES OLIN EDENS Georgetown 




DOROTHY DAVIDSON 



GEORGE ENDICOTT 



JAMES FOWLER 



FRANCES FOX 



WALTER F'REDRICKSON 



Georgetown 



San Antonio 



LEONARD PAUL FERGUSON Georgetown 



Georgetown 



Granger 



Georgetown 






RICHARD GAMMENTHALER Edcouch ALMO HALAMICEK 



El Campo 



OSCAR A. HAMILTON, JR. Richardson RUTH ALICE HOLSHOUSER Okmulgee, Okla. 






HATTIE KURTH 



Lufkii 



HENRY NEAL LEWIS 



Manvel 



ORVILLE VAUGHAN McDANIELS Mart 



ARVILLA McVEY 



HARMON MEIXNER 



Palo Pinto 



Paint Rock 



WINFRED A. MENKING Campbellton 




DORIS MONTGOMERY 



Austin MILTON RUSSELL MOORE 



Vernon 



JACK PRESTON MORRIS San Antonio MARY ELIZABETH PALM Georgetown 




JESSIE PERRY 



AGNES POPE 



CAROLYN POWERS 



NORMAN PRESLEY 



J. T. PRYOR 



Georgetown 



Corpus Chrisli 



Overton 



El Campo 



Rusk 



MARTHA FAYE RAMSEUR Thorndale 



OBERA RICHEY 



Hamilton COMPTON RILEY 



Hughes Springs 






NELL SHIVERS 



Crockett EDITH STARNES 



Weir 









EDWIN SUMMERS 



VERNON THAMES 



MAX TRIPLET!' 



GORDON VAN SICKLE 



WHITEHEAD WARDLAW 



Fort Worth 



Kenedy 



Hillsboro 



Beeville 



Del Rio 



ELIZABETH WHITTENBERG Georgetown 




KENNIE WILCOX 



Georgetown LAWRENCE WILKINSON 



Katy 



MARGARET ELLEN WYNNE 



Granger JIMMIE WYLLIE 



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ELZAH FRANK ADAMS Georgetown 



FORD AINSWORTH 



SYBIL ATKINSON 



THOMAS BALDWIN 



WILBUR J. BARNETT 



H. B. BENOLD 



Georgetown 



Houston 



Houston 



Llano 



Georgetown 




OSCAR BENOLD 



Georgetown DAROLD BLACK 



Nederland 



JOHN CALVIN BLACK 



Jarrell SIDNEY BLACKBURN 



Beaumont 




JOHN FRANCIS BLUM 



R. H. BOYD 



MAURICE BRUNDIGE 



MAX BUSSHART 



FRANCIS BUTLER 



ANNE CALLAWAY 



Taylor 



McGregor 



Granger 



Conroe 



Rusk 



Crockett 



E. B. CANNAN 



Texarkana MARGARET CARTER 



Temple 



KENNETH CLOVER 



Alamo RAY COUSER 



Uvalde 



RUBY HELEN DAVIS 



G. J. GALBAEATH, JR. 



ALBERT GOULD 



LA VERGE HARKEY 



ROBERT HATCHETT, JR. 



LUTHER HILL 



Georgetown 



Liberty Hill 



Taylor 



San Antonio 



Rusk 



Georgetown 




JOHN HILL 



Moody CLARENCE JONES 



Graham 



STRAIT KIMMONS 



Alvin OSCAR KING 



Georgetown 




ALEXANDERIA LEHMEERG Georgetown 



ROBERT ELMO LEWIS 



ELIZABETH LOCKWOOD 



LOUISE LOCKWOOD 



CARMEN LORISE LONG 



GEORGE McKAY 



Georgetown 



Taylor 



Taylor 



Oilton 



Ferris 



SUE MANESS 



Childress JAMES SCOTT MANN, JR. 



Dayton 



DORIS EVELYN MAY 



Georgetown FREEMAN MAYS 



Wharton 









GREGORY MEYER 



Georgetown 



MAUD MONTGOMERY 



Orange 



JOE EARL MOORE 



Oakwood 



JAMES CONRAD MURPH Goose Creek 



ANN MORGAN 



Corpus Christi 



LUCILLE RAYMOND NICHOLS Georgetown 




HERSHEL ORR 



West Columbia ROTH PARKER 



Crockett 



RUBY PERRY 



Liberty Hill T. B. POPEJOY 



Groesbeck 




GEORGE MARION RADER Angleton 



CLETIS B. REAVES 



Turkey 



FRANCIS WARREN ROBERTS Junction 



DAN SCARBOROUGH 



Taylor 



WALTON SIMMONS 



Coleman 



ARLINE SMITH 



Port Arthur 



ATHENA SMITH 



Granger WILLIAM CLAYTON TAYLOR Bertram 



GROVER DEMAR THERRELL Marshall BENNIE TSCHOERNER 



Jarrell 



J. D. TURNER 



ROY TYNER 



RAY VAN CLEVE 



EDWIN VINTHER 



ELIZABETH WALDEN 



ALLENE WALKER 



Crockett 



Kerens 



Yarnell, Arizona 



Georgetown 



Crockett 



Hutto 




LOUISE WARD 



Nixon RALPH WATSON 



Salado 



JOE WHITTENBERG 



Georgetown WESLEY K. WILLIAMS 



Alvin 




EUTHA WINFREY 



Georgetown 



WYNETTE WOODWARD 



Jarrell 



WOODROW WYATT 



Georgetown 




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LUCILE INEZ AINSWORTH Kenedy 



JAMES HAROLD ATKINSON Georgetown 



LAUNCELOT BAILEY 



Cotulla 



RAYMOND BLACK 



Georgetown 



THOMAS BLAKE 



Galveston 



ELLEN DOUGLAS BROOKS Evant 




JANE BROWN 



Georgetown KENNETH BRUHL 



Llanc 



JANE REVELLE BURCHAM Georgetown PORTIA BURNS 



Fort Worth 




GEORGE CARTER 



Port Arthur 



HERBERT CASHEN 



Overton 



MELVIN WILLIAM CECIL Neches 



CLYDE CARNES DAVIDSON Leander 



MARY JOSEPHINE DAVIDSON Georgetown 



ESTINE DORWARD 



Snyder 



CHESTER DUNN 



Nixon RICHARD DROMGOOLE Karnes City 



MILDRED EMILY DURST 



Art ELLAGENE EANES 



Georgetown 






MARY LENA EDENS 



RACHAEL EDWARDS 



MARY ELOISE ELLIS 



SYBIL ELLIS 



ALVIN ERICSON 



Corrigan 



Laredo 



Laredo 



Rusk 



Georgetown 



MARTHA ELIZABETH FOSTER Hamilton 




MRS. BRYAN FOX 



Granger CLEO FULLER 



Lufkin 






MARY VIRGINIA GARLICHS Buckholts WILLIAM GLEN GAYLE, JR. Beevilie 







MARY RUTH GRIMES 



LOIS M. HANEY 



JESSIE LEE HARRELL 



SAMMIE HARRELL 



ROYCE HEARD 



Taylor 



ROBERT EARLE HACKBARTH Sealy 



Florence 



Bertram 



Burnet 



Crockett 



IRENE ELIZABETH HINNANT Laredo ADELINE HERMAN 



McAllen 



ARTHUR JACKSON HODGES Georgetown MARTHA CECIL HOOD 



Alvin 




FRANK WILLIAM HOVER 



Sealy 



LOUISE JOHNSON 



Georgetown 



HELEN HINE JUBY 



Briggs 



TASSIE PARKER KENNEDY Taylor 



D. L. JAMESON 



Houston 



PHILIP KNIPP 



Raymondville 







HARVEY D. LEWIS 



Georgetown LANETTE LIESE 



Georgetown 



JOE McCOOK 



Georgetown JUANITA EVA MARSHALL Brady 




LINNIE MAY 



Georgetown 



EMMA RUTH MEIXNER Paint Rock 



EDWARD BRIGGS MORGAN Waco 



HARVEY PAYNE 



Kenedy 



HOUSTON PENNINGTON Georgetown 



MAY BELLE PENICK 



Anahuac 



LILLIAN PETERSON Georgetown JOYCE PRICE 



Georgetown 



HAROLD EUGENE RADER Florence JAMES WESLEY RAGSDALE Hamilton 






CLYDE LANDIS REED 



JAMES SCOTT ROBBINS 



MARTHA ROCKETT 



MARGARET SALYER 



LORAINE SAXON 



CHARLES SCHAUER 



Georgetown 



Reagan 



Caldwell 



Weir 



Corrigan 



Mason 




CHARLYNE SHAW 



Georgetown CHARLES HALE SMITH 



Hondo 



HARRIET JOSEPHINE SMITH Granger WILLIAM STARNES 



San Antonio 




ROSE MAE SPACEK 



Granger 



BONNIE MARIE STANFORD Liberty Hill 



WYNETTE STORY 



Ennis 



DOUGLAS SWAYZE San Antonio 



DE EDRA THOMPSON 



Tyler 



MARY MARGARET TOWLE Snyder 



MARION TOWNS 



Georgetown MARY KATHRYN WALKER Lampasas 



FRANCES WARD 



Nixon ROY WILSON 



Alvin 



ADELYN WINTON 



Kirbyville 



FRANCES EVELYN WOODLOCK Waco 




TEDDY YOUNGER 



Cleveland 



ADELINE MARIE ZINDLER Schwertner 



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PIRATE FIGHT HYMN 



Pirates fight for old Southwestern, 
For your Alma Mater dear. 

Pirates fight for old Southwestern, 
For victory is near. 

To Southwestern we'll be loyal, 
Till the sun drops from the sky, 

Remembering until the end, 
Pirate's fight never dies. 



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Charles M. "Lefty" Edens, 
athletic director of Southwestern 
University, has been in that po- 
sition ten seasons. He has, in 
the length of that time, won 
championships in the four ma- 
jor sports, football, basket ball, 
track, and baseball. 

He has seen his football 
teams smash Baylor and Rice, 
and his baseball teams take 
the measure of every major col- 
logo club in this state. Back in 
the war days he played on 
South w estern teams that 
whipped S. M. Id. and other 
great aggregations. 



Under his able tutorship 
Southwestern teams have al- 1 I 
ways been a credit to the 
school. Other teams respect the | I 



and respect their coach, and so 
long as they can keep going, 
they don't let him down. 

Vance Seamans, a former 
Southwestern football and bas- 
ketball star, is back at his Alma 
Mater for the purpose of assist- 
ing Coach Edens in the training 
of Pirate football and basketball 
players. Vance was an out- 
standing Quarterback on the 
football team and an excep- 
tional Forward on the basket- 
ball team in his undergraduate 
days. 



Top Row: Swayze, Pennington, Mays, Swope, Hoke, Lackey, 
Mann 

Second Row: Blum, Byrd, Taylor, McDaniel, Presley, Wardlaw, 
Rader 

First Row: Orr, McCook, Halamicek, Gammenthaler, Bishop, 
Simmons, Barnes 




REVIEW OF THE SEASON 

By Don Scarborough 



One arch enemy, Saint Ed- 
ward's Bengal Tigers, the Pi- 
rates defeated in their 1935 
football season. Another con- 
ference foe, the Hillbillies of 
Daniel Baker, they tied. With 
these two exceptions the Pirates 
were defeated in every game. 

It wasn't that Southwestern 
put a weaker starting team on 
the field; it was simply that 
their substitutes could not cope 
with the fresh string of players 
the opposition continued to send 
in during the final vital quarter 
of each game'. 

The first half of all the con- 
ference games gave the Pirate 



fans something to base their 
hopes for victory on. It was 
the final half that usually told 
he same sad story. 

Coach Edens opened his 
training camp early in Septem- 
ber. In the squad that reported 
were seven lettermen, five ju- 
nior college transfers, seven 
squadmen from last year's 
team, and a mob of eager, 
hustling sophomores. The let- 
termen were headed by Cap- 
tain Joe Barnes, a sturdy, fire- 
eating fullback, while the other 
stripe-bearers were I. D. Hoke, 
tackle; Max Busshart, tackle; 
Dusty Simmons, guard; Don 



Top Row: Atkinson, Herd, Turner, Reed, Carter, Assistant Coach 

Vance Seamans 
Second Row: Weaver, Erekson, Pryor, Boyd, Morgan, Schauer, 

Davidson, Busshart, Coach Lefty Edens 
Third Row: Benold, Cou-er, Tynor, Parker, Bl::ck 



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JOE BARNES. Fullback. Captain and 
Three Varsity Letter 

It is unfortunate that this great 
athlete, Captain Joe Barnes, did 
not have a chance to play on 
a powerful, well - balanced Pi- 
rate club. 

Barnes was a natural foot- 
ball player. The writer remem- 
bers when he weighed 130 
pounds and played for Belton 
High School. He was a fotbaoll 
man then, just as he was all 
through his college career. 

His game lacked nothing. He 
was rated as one of the state's 
best line-backers. Although he 
never weighed over 170 pounds, 
he was a fine blocker, a good 
passer, and kicker, and, last 
but not least, he could carry 
that nugget! 

At the close of the season he 
was voted the outstanding 
player in the Conference. We 
rate him side-by-side with Rob- 
ert Jancik, that great running 
Pirate back of 1927, the man 
who beat Baylor. 

Barnes will coach, and we 
are staking our chips on him. 
If he meets the obstacles of life 
as he did the oppo:ition on a 
football field our bet will be a 
safe one. 




SWOPE, End, One Varsity Letter 
PRESLEY. Guard, One Varsity Letter 



COUSER, Quarterback, One Varsity 
Letter 



PRYOR. Halfback, Squad 




PARKER, Guard, One Varsity Letter 
MANN, End, One Varsity Letter 

Bishop, guard; Owen Erekson, 
tackle, and Red Halamicek, an- 
other guard. 

Junior college transfers at 
Southwestern have always 
been something of a rarity, and 
it was with considerable inter- 
est that the fans watched Ray 
Couser, Jim Turner, Clayton 
Taylor, and Roth Parker, John 
Tarleton transfers, and Freeman 
Mays, Victoria Junior College 
transfer, go through their paces 
in the first weeks of the season. 




HALAMICEK, Center, Two Varsity Letter 
BOYD, End, Squad 




These men proved to be great 
assets to the team as the sea- 
son wore on. 

Sophomores were Blum, Hill, 
Gammenthaler, Tyner, Rader, 
Lewis, Orr, Mann, Boyd, and 
Benold. Squadmen were 
Swope, Byrd, McDaniels, Pryor, 
Weaver, Presley, and Ward- 
law. 

The Pirates opened their 
schedule with the Baylor Bears 
in Waco and were badly beat- 
en. Crippled, they made a long, 
tiresome trip into Arkansas, 
where they met and lost to the 
College of the Ozarks. Their 
next game was with Denton 
Teachers, who, spurred by the 
brilliant running of their phan- 
tom backfield ace, Johnny 
Stovall, ran the Pirates ragged 
and won handily. 



Start of the Turkey Day classic with Howard Payne. 









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Badly beaten in their first 
three starts, the Pirates came 
home to enter into their confer- 
ence schedule. Saint Edward's 
furnished their first opposition, 
and the game was on Snyder 
field. A bon fire roared the 
night before the game, and a 
giant rally was staged. Presi- 
dent John Bergin was a prom- 
inent figure in the rally and so 
endeared himself to the players 
that they dedicated the game 
to him. 

It took the Pirates nearly 
three quarters to get started 
against the Tigers. The Austin 
team had scored two touch- 
downs and seemed to have the 
situation well in hand when the 
Pirates started clicking. A bril- 
liant run by Turner, a bullet 
pass from Couser to Mays, and 
a stout-hearted plunge by Cap- 



BUSSHART. Tackle, Two Varsity Letter 
ORR, Halfbark, One Varsity Letter 




McDANIEL, Halfback, Squad 
BYRD, Tackle, Squad 





WEAVER, End, One Varsity Letter 
TYNER, Halfback. One Varsity Letter 




A tense momen'i before one of the plays with which the Pirates made a bid for 
high honors in that same Thanksgiving game. 



SIMMONS, Guard, Two Varsity Letter 
RADER, Center, One Varsity Letter 





iain Barnes earned the first 
touchdown and in a minute the 
Pirates were well on their way 
to the winning marker. The 
score was made posible when 
Erekson broke through the Tiger 
defense and blocked a kick, 
deep in their territory. Barnes 
again scored and then won the 
game with an extra point from 

|j placement. 

The rest of the season can 

| quickly be told. A luck pass on 

a muddy field gave A. C. C. a 

I 7 to victory over the Bucca- 
; neers and that game saw Mays 




This, fellow students, is presented by the courtesy of our well-beloved inslructO- 
and friend. Dr. R. W. Tinsley. and it is a picture of that memorable game nine 
years ago when we last beat Howard Payne College; next year we anticipate 
having one of the next time we beat them, in nineteen thirty-six. 



and Blum, end and back, go 
out for the reason for injuries. 
The school rode a special 
train to Waxahachie for the 
Trinity game. The rain fell in 
torrents all day long, and it was 
bitterly cold. The Pirates rode 
high in the first part of the 
game but folded up in the last 
half. The final score was 13 
to 0. 

McMurry brought one of the 
best teams in the conference to 
Georgetown, November 15th to 
play the Corsairs. That night 



WARDLAW. End. Squad 
BISHOP. Tackle. Two Varsity Letter 




our boys felt good and played 
better. They more than matched 
the invaders in power and 
should have won the game. The 
score was 13 to 12. Southwest- 
ern scored on line plays in the 
first half, with Barnes making 
the score, and on a pass, Cou- 
ser to Swope, in the last half. 
Both of the Indian scores were 
made on long passes from Pool, 
their quarterback, to Anthony, 
their giant fullback. 

The next week, in Brown- 
wood, the Pirates showed pow- 
er where they had failed to 
show it the week before. Couser 
kicked two field goals to give 
his team a 6 to 6 tie with the 
favored Hillbillies. The home 
team made their score in the 
last minute on a pass. 

Our team made its bid for 
lasting honors on Thanksgiv- 
ing. Southwestern hadn't beat- 
en Howard Payne since the 
Owls were so bad, back in the 
year one. It looked as though 



EREKSON, Tackle, Three Varsity Letter 
TAYLOR, End, Squad 



TURNER, Halfback, One Varsity Letter 
HOKE, Tackle, Two Varsity Letter 





BENOLD, Guard. Squad 
GAMMENTHALER. Center, Squad 



BLUM, Halfback, Squad 
LEWIS, Quarterback, Squad 




The last to forget that cold, wet day when we traveled to Trinity University on 
a "Special" will be the boys who fought bravely in the slush of the field. This 
picture was snapped the one second that the sun shone, or do you remember 
any sun? 




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this team would do the trick. 
For a whole half the Pirates bat- 
tled the hard-hitting Yellow- 
jackets all over Snyder field 
and claimed a 7 to lead at 
the rest period. Several of our 
players, however, were forced 
out of the game with injuries in 
the third quarter, and the Pi- 
rates saw their hopes go. 

When the season was over 
and the official all-conference 
team was announced, Joe 
Barnes was on it at quarter- 
back, Dusty Simmons, Max 
Busshart were given berths on 
the third team. 



MAYS, Halfback, Squad 





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JOE BARNES. Guard. Three Varsity Letter 



DINK WARDLAW. Guard. Squad 



DILLARD SWOPE. Forward. One Varsity Letter 



FOLK WEAVER. Center. Squad 



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DUSTY SIMMONS, Guard. One Varsity Letter 



GEORG ENDICOTT, Center. Two Varsity Letter 



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BASKET BALL SEASON 



A small squad reported when Coach Edens issued the call for basket ball players. A 
survey revealed that of the number reporting, there were only six men with the ability to 
play Texas conference brand of football. 

Six men can't win basket ball games in this conference as it was proved as the season 
progressed. The Pirates were usually in the lead at the half periods, but on all but two oc- 
casions, the opposition rallied to take the game in its dying moments. 



FREEMAN MAYS. Guard, One Varsity Letter 



ROY TYNER, Forward. One Varsity Letter 




R. H. BOYD, Forward, Squad 



COWLEY SMITH, Forward. Squad 




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BASKET BALL SEASON 

We defeated St. Edwards of Austin and Westmoreland of San Antonio. 

George Endicott, lanky pivot man, was the scoring sensation of the conference and was 
named on the all-conference mythical team when the season had reached its end. Joe Barnes 
was given honorable mention. 

Other lettermen were Dillard Swope, Roy Tyner, Walton Simmons, and Freeman Mays. 




All the more important 
sports are featured at 
Southwestern. Tennis, vol- 
ley ball, softball, boxing 
and golf scenes are shown 
in the photos. The golf 
team coached by Dr. How- 
ard has been very suc- 
cessful during the last few 
years, and Francis Butler, 
captain of the '36 team, is 
expected to carry off top 
honors in the Texas Con- 
ference Meet. The South- 
western team won the 
meet in 1934 and scored 
again last year by win- 
ning first place in team 
play. Besides the softball 
tournaments held by the 
girls, there is the annual 
softball race between the 
classes. At the time of this 
writing, the Sophs are in 
the lead by a large mar- 
gin, with the Juniors and 
Seniors coming next. 

Instructor Don Scar- 
borough gives two of his 
associates pointers on the 
game. 




Each year the old members of 
the Southwestern University S 
Association add to the organi- 
zation those boys winning let- 
ters for the first time. This year 
twelve members were initiat- 
ed; Football, Tennis, Basket- 
ball, and Golf were represent- 
ed as well as the Pep Sguad's 
two leaders. 
Members: 

Lynn Ross, Walton Simmons, 
Reese Jennings, George Endi- 
cott, Cowley Smith, Joe Moore, 
Francis Butler, Leonard Fergu- 
son, James White, I. D. Hoke, 
Hershel Orr, James Mann, 
Owen Erekson, Almo Halami- 
cek, Ray Couser, Max Buss- 
hart, Donald Bishop, Folk 
Weaver, Dillard Swope, Roy 
Tyner, Joe Barnes, Kermit 
Horn, Norman Presley, Vance 
Seamans, Virgil Morelle. 



"S" ASSOCIATION 

WALTON (Dusty) SIMMONS 

President 



WHO'S NEXT? 





*Pep Squad 



The Pep Squad is a group of girls, led by the vociferous gentlemen below, which makes 
the lights on the gridiron blink by the quality of their yelling when the Pirate team is on the 
field. The boys appreciate the loyal support given them by the Pep Squad girls. 



BIG JOE MOORE 



FRANCIS BUTLER 







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LEADERS 





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THE PIRATE PAGEANT 

It is only fitting that we say a word about the Pirate 
Pageant. This gala affair was the idea of one of our 
graduating Seniors, Mr. Cowley Smith. We are sin- 
cerely sorry that it was necessary for the Sou-Wester 
to go to press before we could get pictures of the 
gigantic parade and the impressive crowning cere- 
mony, but here we pay tribute to the high school 
Seniors of Texas who came to Southwestern at this 
occasion. 

Representatives began arriving after lunch Saturday, 
April the eighteenth, and spent the afternoon register- 
ing. After the banquet at the dining hall in the 
Women's Building, the crowd repaired to the athletic 
field where Governor James V. Allred crowned Virginia 
Forwood of Taylor Queen of the Pirate Fleet and Ken- 
neth Germond of Waco Captain to reign with her. Miss 
Southwestern, Nell Shivers, and her escort, Leonard 
Ferguson, occupied thrones with the newly crowned 
potentates. 

Again let us congratulate Mr. Cowley Smith and the 
Senior Class on the idea of the Pirate Pageant, may it 
live to become one of Southwestern's grandest tradi- 
tions. 



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Physical education spe- 
cials . . . the old dining 
hall . . . Stewart the mighty 
. . . Dot Deffebach, most 
popular girl . . . horseshoes 
on the Ross courts . . . 
Reaves making an ass of 
himself again . . . three 
battling bruisers . . . Black 
sees the Missus. 




Don Scarborough, the 
laughing prize fighter . . . 
Southwestern Tehuante- 
pec Expedition . . . Hinnant 
takes a look at the camera 
. . . the Business Manager 
of the Sou-Wester takes 
his golf . . . Hoss' favorite 
sport . . . Our bonnie bon- 
nie girls . . . Turner takes 
his medicine . . . K. A.'s on 
parade . . . Hersh and Liz 
. . . Gould! . . . We're look- 
ing at you, Snookie. 



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Scrubbin', Ironin' . . . the 
University tap-dancing 
class . . . practically all the 
Pep Squad . . . Endicott 
isn't worried . . . the "little" 
Freshmen . . . Somethin' 
the matter Clover . . . these 
are our well known Presi- 
dent and Vice - President 
. . . we caught Dr. Tinsley 
when he wasn't talking, 
oh well it's Jarrard . . . 
What's after her . . . the 
immortal Bob and Jessie. 




In general, our "special" 
to Waxahachie . . . Endi- 
cott looks on . . . it's hard 
to keep the boys on the in- 
side . . . various phases of 
the melee and struggle . . . 
it rained all day . . . An- 
netta and Bob . . . the long 
line of coaches. 




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Prof. Waggoner heads for 
the Tavern between 
classes . . . Dr. Bergin with 
the Zetas . . . Cannan lays 
it on . . . Durstie . . . one 
of those infernal bridge 
games . . . Coach "Lefty" 
takes up horseshoes . . . 
Lief keeps the girls from 
harm ... tin cans on the 
San Gabriel . . . right be- 
low the Dean's office too 
. . . those lousy dishwash- 
ers . . . Ed's folks come 
from Arizona to visit him 
. . . Menking the carpen- 
ter. 




Somebody in the San Ga- 
briel again . . . the campus 
workers and the truck that 
will live forever . . . Brucie 
and nobody else . . . Lan- 
nette our art editor to 
whom we owe thanks . . . 
the dining hall at Christ- 
mas Carols . . . Starnes 
and Roy talk it over . . . 
Ossie the impeccable . . . 
Busshart's feet . . . Van 
Sickle and his pipe . . . Dr. 
Bergin takes it with the 
S Association boys. 




Some more of the spank- 
ings on the old traditional 
tree . . . tap dancers again 
. . . Scottie McCook looks 
at something . . . Why 
Donald Scarborough . . . 
they put this one in when 
I wasn't looking, honest 
. . . the cooks from the 
kitchen . . . Ford the artist 
. . . Miss Jenkins who feeds 
us all spinach. 




Hannah the stolid and inconvertable . . . Professor Curtis Nunn . . . some 
big football players . . . Mrs. Bridgers gives us a second . . . the Alpha Chi 
car . . . the Zetas and their float that won a prize . . . our campus on a 
rainy day . . . barbecue for the home comers . . . Prexy again. 






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NELL SHIVERS 

Miss Southwestern 










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DOROTHY DEFFEBACH 

Most Popular Girl 




ESTELLA BRANNIES 

Sou'Wester Beauty 



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LOUISE WARD 

Sou'Wester Beauty 




MARY PEARL McCLUNEY 

Sou'Wester Beauty 



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Alpha Chi 

OWEN EREKSON, President 
IOLA BOWDEN, Vice-President 
TOMASINE HOWELL, Secretary 
LUCILLE EANES, Treasurer 



OWEN EREKSON 

EUGENE SMITH 

LEAL MEYER 



DURWARD BAILEY 

TOMASINE HOWELL 

NELSON DURST 



IOLA BOWDEN 

ESTELLA BRANNIES 

DOROTHY DAVIDSON 



JEAN MEYER 

MELROSE ROBINSON 

WOODROW WYATT 



EDWARD GARNER 

LUCILLE EANES 

JOHN BROWN 



ELIZABETH HOWARD 

NEWTON STARNES 



The Alpha Chi, formerly The Scholarship Societies of the South, was 
founded in the spring of 1915. In 1934, the organization became national in 
scope, and the name was changed to Alpha Chi. Its purpose is to stimulate, 
develop, and recognize scholarship and those elements of character which 
make scholarship effective for good. Membership in the Alpha Chi is the 
highest honor Southwestern University can give to one of its students. 






Southwestern Science 
Society 

OWEN EREKSON, President 

EUGENE SMITH, Vice-President, Chemistry 

Department 
LILLA BESSONETTE, Vice-President, Biology 

Department 
SYBIL ATKINSON, Vice-President, Mathematics 

Department 
LAWRENCE WILKINSON, Secretary-Treasurer 

DR. ULLRICH 
PROFESSOR WAPPLE 
DR. TINSLEY 
DR. GODBEY 

LESESENE 
DUNN 
BRUTON 
DR. TIPTON 

WILKINSON 
HAMILTON 
FERGUSON 
EREKSON 

CLARK 
MAY 
DURST 
TRIPLETT 

DAVIS 
BAILEY 
EDENS 
SHARPE 

MEYER 
SCHAUER 
BESSONETTE 
TYNER 

WATSON 
HARRELL 
BRUNDIGE 
ATKINSON 

DUNN 
YOUNGER 
ATKINSON 
GARLICH 

McMillan 

WYATT 
HODGES 
RAGSDALE 

BYRD 
McDANIEL 
SMITH 








The Southwestern Science Society is an organization of advanced stu- 
dents with special scholarship requirements, who are interested in the pro- 
motion of Science and the Scientific; spirit in the lives of individuals. The 
society is very active locally and has gained much favorable statewide 
recognition. 




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Pi Gamma Mu 

JARRARD SECREST, President 

BRUCE DAY, Vice-President 

FRANCES MARY RICE, Secretary-Treasurer 



DR. GRANBERY 

DR. GRAY 


KIDD 


DR. ULLRICH 


WILLIAMS 


HESTER 


NUNN 


SECREST 


BERNARD 


BISHOP 


CARPENTER 

CECIL 


DAY 


DURST 


HOWELL 


GARNER 


LEONHARD 

MORELLE 


PALM 


POWERS 


RICE 


STARNES 


BROWN 


BURTON 


SHIVERS 


SCHMIDT 


VAN SICKLE 

SWOPE 




WEATHERBY 





Motto: Ye shall know the truth, and the truth 
shall set ye free. 



Flower: Blue and White Cineraria 
Colors: Blue and White 



Pi Gamma Mu is the national under-graduate society for those students 
having a high scholarship rating who are interested in and show special 
aptitude for the social sciences. The present chapter was organized in 1924. 






Pan American Forum 



MELROSE ROBINSON, President 
MERLE PERRY, Secretary 

FRANCES TEMPLE, Chairman Program Com- 
mittee 
FORD AINSWORTH, Business Manager 



TEMPLE 
ROBINSON 
MRS. McKENNON 
LUCY BELLE MORGAN 

DROMGOOLE 
BYRD 
DAVIS 
PERRY 

SHAW 
BAILEY 
WILSON 
CLOVER 

ELLIS 
BROOKS 
HOOD 
RICHEY 

THOMPSON 
PAYNE 
WINFREY 
FOX 

MAY 
HARRELL 
ATKINSON 
ELLIS 

F. AINSWORTH 
ZINDLER 
BLACK 
AINSWORTH 

TSCHOERNER 




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The Pan American Forum is an organization of students who are in- 
terested in the Spanish language. It is international in scope and aim. 
Spanish students who have high scholarship ability are eligible for member- 
ship in the Forum. The local chapter is proud of the fact that one of its 
members, Whitehead Wardlaw, is a regional governor of the organization. 







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Mask and Wig 

PROFESSOR MARSH, Sponsor 

LEONARD FERGUSON, President 

DORIS EVELYN MAY, Secretary-Treasurer 

PROFESSOR MARSH 
FERGUSON 

PRICE 



McCLUNEY 



WEATHERBY 

MAYO 



REN FRO 



GARNER 



ARMSTRONG 

POWERS 



TINSLEY 



MORRIS 



HILL 



FERGUSON 

MAY 



CARPENTER 



WARD 



BLACK 



WILLIAMS 



POPEJOY 



JOHNSON 



JAMESON 



AINSWORTH 

LIESE 



BROWN 



EANES 



PERRY 



CARTER 



DORWARD 

ELLIS 



BURCHAM 

CARTER 



HOOD 



HERMAN 



ROCKETT 



McCOOK 



WINTON 



The Mask and Wig Players constitute a chapter of the National Collegiate 
Players. This club purposes to increase the resources of Southwestern Uni- 
versity in dramatic leadership, to raise standards and appreciation of dra- 
matic literature, and to give opportunity for dramatic expression to the students 
of Southwestern University. 







The Ministerial 
Association 

NEWTON STARNES, President 

COMPTON RILEY, Vice-President 

RAYMOND M. BURTON, Secretary-Treasurer 



BERGIN 



BLACKBURN 



DAY 



MEIXNER 



STARNES 



TRIPLETT 



BIGHAM 



BROWN 



GARNER 



RILEY 



SUMMERS 



BLAKE 



CECIL 



MENKING 



BURTON 



THERRELL 



HILL 
VAN SICKLE 
VAN CLEVE 




This group is an organizaiion of student ministers who have as their goal 
the advancement of the church through a life of service to the community. 
The work of the Ministerial Association has done much to create a spirit of 
Christian brotherhood among the young church workers of the University. 



Intercollegiate Debaters 




JARRARD SECREST 



DAROLD BLACK 



GORDON VAN SICKLE 



COMPTON RILEY 



MAX TRIPLETT 



SIDNEY BLACKBURN 






These Intercollegiate Debaters represent the University in contests with 
individual schools and in the annual debate tournaments held at Abilene 
and Durant, Oklahoma. Mr. Marsh, head of the speech department, is the 
very able and successful coach of the debaters. 



The Students' Association 



JARRARD SECREST 
President 



COMPTON RILEY 
Vice-President 



DOROTHY DEFFEBACH 
Secretary 




The Students' Association comprises every regularly registered student 
in residence at the University. The constitution of the Association provides 
for the organization, officers, officers of the student publications, and the Honor 
System. The Honor System, controlled by the Students' Association, presumes 
that every student is a lady or a gentleman and expects each student to act 
as such while in the University. The Students' Association serves to unify 
and govern the many campus activities. 




The Student Senate 





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SECREST 



CRAWFORD 



BYRD 



SUMMERS 



MAY 



RICHEY 



EREKSON 



BLACK 



T1NSLEY 



MORELLE 



PRESLEY 



ORR 



DUNN 



SMITH 



McDANIEL 



WEIMERS 



ARMSTRONG 



TEMPLE 



POPE 



MANN 



GRIMES 



PRICE 



ENDICOTT 



DEFFEBACH 



As provided for in the constitution, the Senate is elected from the classes 
and the honor councils, with the President of the student body presiding. This 
is the governing body of the Students' Association. It receives reports from 
the various publications and honor councils, and chooses nominees for the 
offices of the Association and student publications. 



University Honor Council 



GAYLE CRAWFORD, President 
ORVILLE McDANIEL, Vice-President 
DOROTHY DAVIDSON, Secretary 



BLACK 



McDANIEL 



DAVIDSON 



WEIMERS 



WARD 



THAMES 



CRAWFORD 



DEFFEBACH 



EREKSON 




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The University Honor Council has jurisdiction over the students while 
they are outside the dormitories. It serves as a guide to the students when 
they are in trouble and as a judge when the rules and regulations of the 
Honor System have been broken. This body is chosen from the upper three 
classes. 







Women's Building Honor 
Council 

JESSIE SCOTT PRICE, President 
CAROLYN POWERS, Secretary 



PRICE 



SHIVERS 



CARPENTER 



DEFFEBACH 



RICHEY 



SMITH 



POWERS 



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The Women's Building Honor Council is the governing body of the girls 
living in the dormitory; it deals with the problems as they arise in the manner 
they see fit. 



Mood Hall Honor Council 

REESE JENNINGS, President 
JOE BARNES, Secretary 



BARNES 



JENNINGS 



EREKSON 



RILEY 



ENDICOTT 



STARNES 



PRESLEY 



McDANIEL 




This Council has the duty of acting upon violations of the Honor System 
which occur in Mood Hall. It also has the task of keeping order in the Hall, 
and the quietness which reigns supreme in the Hall is the result of this body's 
administration. 




The Sou'Wester 



WARREN ROBERTS, Editor-in-Chief and Editor- 
elect 
EARNEST ARMSTRONG, Business Manager 
RICHARD H. DROMGOOLE, Business Mana- 
ger-elect 



ROBERTS 



BAILEY 



LIESE 



ARMSTRONG 



DROMGOOLE 



BALDWIN 



SMITH 



The Sou'Wester is published annually by the Students' Association of 
Southwestern University; its purpose is to give an attractive picture of the 
activities of the students from the viewpoint of the school year. 



The Megaphone 



DON SCARBOROUGH, Editor-in-Chief and 

Editor-elect 
FRED STEWART, Business Manager 
ALBERT GOULD, Business Manager-elect 



SCABOROUGH 



STEWART 



PRICE 



GOULD 



CANNAN 










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The Megaphone is the weekly mirror of student life and thought. This 
publication furnishes an opportunity for those wishing to train in work of a 
journalistic nature. 




The Southwestern 
Magazine 

JACK PRESTON MORRIS, Editor-in-Chief 
DURWARD BAILEY, Editor-elect 



MORRIS 



BAILEY 



GARNER 



AINSWORTH 



POPEJOY 



GAYLE 



MONTGOMERY 



KENNEDY 



The Southwestern Magazine is the publication in which the budding 
literary geniuses of the school find an opportunity to express their effervescent 
thoughts, and the would-be humorists to effectively display their shining talents. 




Howie, Eanes, Edens, E. Ellis. Johnson, Long, Burcham, Calloway, May, S. Ellis, McVey, Morgan 
Richey, Thompson, Saxon, Ainsworlh, Robinson, Herman, Hood 



Sports Club 



ANN MORGAN, President 
MARTHA CECIL HOOD, Vice-President 
LUCILLE AINSWORTH, Secretary 
CARMEN LONG, Reporter 
Sponsor, MARGIE LEE HOWLE 




MEMBERS 

Lucille Ainsworth, Adeline Herman, Obera Richey, Estella Brannies, Martha 
Cecil Hood, Melrose Robinson, Ellen Douglas Brooks, Louise Johnson, Loraine 
Saxon, Jane Burcham, Carmen Long, De Edra Thompson, Anne Calloway, 
Linnie May, Arvilla McVey, Ellagene Eanes, Mary Pearl McCluney, Frances 
Ward, Lucille Eanes, Jean Meyer, Margaret Carter, Eloise Ellis, Ann Morgan, 
Mary Lena Edens, Sybil Ellis, Maud Montgomery 



The Sports Club is an organization composed of those girls in sports and 
kindred activities. Its purpose is to develop knowledge, skill, and apprecia- 
tion of all sports, and to formulate leadership and fellowship. 




University Choir 



Top: Williams. Hill. Van Sickle. Boyd, Day. Meyer 

Clover. Wilkinson, Brown, Erekson. Menking, Dean Henry Meyer 

Perry, Juby. Brockette, Price, J. Meyer, Louise Ward 

Thompson, Carter, Long, Rice, Brannies 

Meixner. Liese. Hood, Price, Callaway 

Batte, Mayo, Ellis, Lehmberg. Ellis, E. Brannies 






The nature and quality of the work done by the University Choir is already 
well known, and in accordance with a plan to increasingly stress musical 
work, the famous Director of the Slaviansky Russian Chorus, Madame Mar- 
garita Slaviansky, has been employed as teacher of voice and Director of 
the Southwestern University Chorus. Madame Slaviansky received training 
from masters in Russia, Germany, and Italy. The Southwestern University 
Chorus under the leadership of Madame Slaviansky demonstrates effectively 
what the Music Department of Southwestern University achieves. 




The Pirate Band 



Top: Daniels, Reaves, Berquist 

Wilcox, Morelle, Clover, Meyer, Henderson 

Day, Brown, Hefflin, Cannan, Robertson, Hodges, Caswell 

CYRUS BARCUS, Director 
BURGIN DUNN, Assistant Director 

JOHN BROWN, Manager 

PAUL HEFFLIN, Assistant Manager 

GREGORY MEYER, Librarian " 



PERSONNEL 

Trumpets — Kenneth Clover, John Lewis Morelle, Curtis Robertson, Burgin Dunn 
Clarinets — Gregory Meyer, Arnold Caswell, Marvin Henderson, Chester Dunn, 

John Brown, Bruce Day 
Saxophones — Kenneth Bruhl, Burleson Cannan 

Trombones — Cletis Reaves, Kennie Wilcox, Joe Davis, Leonard Davis 
Baritone — Birney McLaughlin 

Basses — James Daniel, Cowley Smith, Carl Berquist, Archie Phillips 
Drums — J. P. Jett, Earl Hodges, Paul Hefflin, George Carter 



This is that widely heard musical organization that accompanies the Pirate 
rooters at the football games and is featured in parades, etc. These boys 
worked and drilled under the nationally renowned director, Cy Barcus, an 
alumnus of Southwestern, to present a creditable band to the student body 
and Texas. They are the source of much of that Pirate pep you hear about. 




Waiters' and Dishwashers' Association 

MARY JENKINS. Dietitian 
BRUCE DAY, Headwaiter 



Top: Biqham, Bailey, Blackburn, Renfro. Riley, Presley, Smith 

Swope, Dromqoole, Williams, Lewis, Black, McDaniel, Mann, Durst, Roberts, E. Smith, Hill 

Triplet;, Halamicek. Therrell. Clover, Blum, Dr. Bergin. Miss Jenkins, Day, Boyd, Thames, Brown, 

Reaves 






For the first time, the dining hall workers have formed an organization, 
and have been recognized as a co-operating unit. These boys, under the 
capable tutelage of Miss Mary Jenkins, have administered to the wants of 
diners easily and efficiently. It is the service and co-operation of these student- 
workers that has given Southwestern University a reputation to be envied, 
that of having the finest dining place in Texas. The President of the University, 
Dr. Bergin, was made an honorary member at the first meeting. 



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Zeta Tau Alpha 



TINSLEY 



DEFFEBACH 



McCLUNEY 



EANES 



EANES 



SMITH 



EDWARDS 



BURCHAM 



WINTON 



Founded 1898, Farmersville. Virginia 
Colors: Turquoise Blue and Steel Gray 
Flower: White Violet 






Patronesses: Mrs. F. E. Bucholz, Mrs. C. S. Griffith, 
Mrs. R. A. Nichols, Mrs. E. G. Gillett, Mrs. W. J. 
Davis, Mrs. R. W. Tinsley, Mrs. W. H. Moses, Mrs. 
G. W. Johns, Mrs. D. W. Wilcox, Mrs. W. J. Burcham, 
Mrs R. J. Stone, Mrs. E. H. Eanes 



Sorores in Urbe: Mrs. Lawrence Starnes, Miss Tula Lee Stone, Miss Frances 
Stone 



Zeta Tau Alpha 



EDENS 



SAXON 



ROCKETT 



SCHWARTZ 



MARSHALL 



KENNEDY 



FALLOURE 



WADDELL 



EVANS 




Lambda Installed 1906 



Sorores in Universitate: Frances Tinsley, Lucille 
Eanes, Dorothy Deffebach, Arline Smith, Mary Pearl 
McCluney 



Pledges: Rachel Edwards, Ellagene Eanes, Jane Burcham, Adelyn Winton, 
Mary Lena Edens, Juanita Marshall, Loraine Saxon, Tassie Parker Kennedy, 
Martha Rockett, Lyvonne Falloure, Kathryn Schwartz, Madie Marie Waddell, 
Mary Evans 




Delta Delta Delta 



PATE 



BATTE 



SHIVERS 



POPE 



FOX 



WARD 



MAY 



LEHMBERG 



DAVIDSON 



WYNNE 



TEMPLE 



WEATHERBY 



ATKINSON 



KURTH 



MA NESS 



MEYER 



POWERS 



RICE 



WALDEN 



Founded 1888. Boston. Mass. 
Colors: Silver, Gold and Blue 
Flower: Pansy 



Tri Delta Alliance: Mrs. Marvin Behrens, Mrs. Hester 
Davis, Mrs. R. L. Logan, Mrs. J. P. Atkin, Mrs. C. O. 
Beaver, Mrs. Sam Stone, Mrs. E. D. Skaggs, Marietta 
Hufftutler, Blossom Nail, Elizabeth Howard, Kathryn 
Hamilton, Mrs. F. C. Smith 



Sorores in Universitate: Lelia Batte, Katherine Pate, Nell Shivers, Agnes Pope, 
Frances Fox, Louise Ward, Doris Evelyn May, Alexandria Lehmberg, Dorothy 
Davidson, Margaret Wynne, Frances Temple, Annetta Weatherby, Sybil Atkin- 
son, Hattie Kurth, Sue Maness, Jean Meyer, Carolyn Powers, Frances Mary 
Rice, Elizabeth Walden 



Delta Delta Delta 



DAVIDSON 



BURNS 



GRIMES 



HINNANT 



PRICE 



LIESE 



BESSONETTE 



HERMAN 



DAVIS 



CARTER 



TOWLE 



CALLAWAY 



DORWARD 



SHAW 



WALKER 




WARD 



Theta Epsilon Installed 1911 



Sorores in Facultate: Miss Laura Kuykendall* 



Pledges: Jo Davidson, Lilla Bessonette, Lanette Liese, Portia Burns, Adeline 
Herman, Anne Callaway, Mary Ruth Grimes, Margaret Carter, Elizabeth 
Hinnant, Estine Dorward, Helen Davis, Joyce Price, Charlene Shaw, Mary 
Margaret Towle, Mary Katherine Walker, Frances Ward 



'Deceased 




Alpha Delta Pi 



MONTGOMERY 

PRICE 



SPENCER 



RAMSUER 



GRESHAM 



3TORY 



HARKEY 



BROWN 



FOSTER 



BROOKS 



JOHNSON 



M. MONTGOMERY 



WOODLOCK 



Founded 1851, Macon, Georgia 
Colors: Blue and While 
Flower: Violet 



Sorores in Urbe: Mrs. Roy Richardson, Mrs. Emmett Cook, Mrs. Henry Price, 
Mrs. Etah Flanagen, Mrs. C. H. Harris, W. P. Hoffman, Mrs. Walter Young, 
Mrs. C. S. Sanders, Miss Agnes Wilcox, Miss Molly Davis, Miss Honnie Wright, 
Mrs. Milton Dindell 



Sororeo in Universitate: Doris Mont- 
gomery, Jessie Scott Price, Florence 
Spencer, Martha Faye Ramsuer, 
Helena Gresham 



Pledges: Wynette Story, La Verge 
Harkey, Jane Brown, Martha Eliza- 
beth Foster, Ellen Douglas Brooks, 
Louise Johnson, Maud Montgomery, 
Frances Evelyn Woodlock 



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Phi Delta Theta 



SECREST 



MORELLE 



EANES 



WHITE 



BALDWIN 



FOWLER 



CRAWFORD 



KNIPP 



POPEJOY 



CANNAN 



MOORE 



2TARNES 



ARMSTRONG 



McMillan 



MOORE 



CASHEN 



AINSWORTH 



PROCTOR 



Colors: Argent and Azure 
Flower: White Carnation 



Founded 1848, Miami University 
Texas Gamma Installed in 1886 



Fratres in Urbe: D. W. Wilcox, Sam Fratre / Facilitate: W. C. Vaden, 

Stone, D. K. Wilcox, R. L. Logan, 

Walter Young H. L. Gray, L. J. Waggoner 



Fratres in Universitate: James White, Billy Bob Eanes, Thomas McMillan, 
Virgil Morelle, James Fowler, Jarrard Secrest, Thomas Baldwin, Earnest 
Armstrong, Russell Moore 



Pledges: Joe E. Moore, William Starnes, Gayle Crawford, Doak Procter, Wil- 
liam Harrison, Ford Ainsworth, Herbert Cashen, T. B. Popejoy, E. B. Cannan, 
Philip Knipp 



Kappa Alpha 



FERGUSON 



FERGUSON 



MORRIS 



ORR 



GOULD 



RENFRO 



HAMILTON 



BYRD 



KIMMONS 



DUNN 



LEWIS 



WYLLIE 



McCOOK 



MANN 



BUTLER 



THAMES 



PRYOR 



BLUM 



SMITH 




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Founded 1865, Washington and Lee University Colors Crimson and Gold 

Xi installed 1883 Flowers Magnolia and Red Rose 



Fratres in Urbe: I. J. McCook, W. R. 
Mood, John Gillett, R. W. Tinsley, 
Faculty Advisor, H. S. Frieze, Burgin 
Dunn, James Harris, Lloyd Johns 



Fratres in Universitate: Thomas Fer- 
guson, Frank Renfro, James Mann, 
Oscar Hamilton, Francis Butler, Jack 
Morris 



Pledges: Weldon Byrd, Vernon Thames, Hershel Orr, Strait Kimmons, J. T. 
Pryor, Albert Gould, Chester Dunn, John Francis Blum, Joe McCook, Jimmie 
Wyllie, Elmo Lewis, Jimmie Smith, Cole Butler 











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Kappa Sigma 



STEWART 



STREIT 



PRICE 



WARDLAW 



PRESLEY 



GAYLE 



HILL 



HATCHETT 



HALAMICEK 



JAMESON 



REAVES 



PURL 



Founded 1869, University of Virginia 
Iota installed 1886 



Colors: Scarlet, Green and White 
Flower Lily of the Valley 



Fratres in Urbe: S. A. Hodges, C. H. 
Smith, M. F. Smith, F. C. Smith 



Fratres in Universitate: Fred Stew- 
art, John Streit, Melvin Price, White- 
head Wardlaw, John Hill, Robert 
Hatchett 






Pledges: Norman Presley, Almo Halamicek, D. L. Jameson, Billy Gayle, Cletis 
Reaves, Thomas Purl, David Bergin, Ward Lowe, Elmer Nilson 






AUTOGRAPHS 



AUTOGRAPHS 



Word Portraits 



Snookie Butler — crooner. 

Darold Black — Amorphic thoughts ex- 
pressed clearly. 

Roy Tyner — okeh. 

Chas. Bigham — Knows he knows 
nothing. 

Max Triplett — Aw, he's all right. 

Oscar Hamilton — cherub. 

J. P. Morris — rational, dependable. 

Briggs Morgan — almost as big as his 
body. 

Jane Brown — well-dressed. 

Robert Hatchett — young. 

Dorothy Davidson — well, well, a 
poet. 

Owen Erekson — Boss Tweed. 

Jarrard Secrest — suave. 

Jo Davidson — imp. 

Reese Jennings — long-suffering. 

George Larendon — serious tailspin. 

Chester Dunn — worthy of the Dunns. 

Snookie Blum — unassuming. 

Helen Davis — human. 

Philip Knipp — The Raymondville 
Flash. 

Almo Halamicek — as fiery as his 
hair. 

Lucile Eanes — pedant. 

John Hill — unaffected. 

Francis Butler — quick. 

Ed. Summers — read "The Lost 
Leader." 

Melvin Price — gosh, he's good look- 
ing. 

Anne Calloway — howyah, Anne. 

Don Scarborough — gets away with 
murder. 



Albert Gould — sanguine. 

Joyce Price — Gould's lucky. 

Wilbur Barnett — potential something. 

Dillard Swope — genial high blood 
pressure. 

Estella Brannies — angelic. 

Ed Garner — Chesterfield and Wilde. 

Adeline Herman — TNT in blue rib- 
bons. 

Leonard Ferguson — so sure. 

Tommy Ferguson — he'll do. 

Earnest Armstrong — explosive. 

Warren Roberts — appears to be a 
genius, mayhap for his appear- 
ance. 

Mr. Holmes — erudite-verbose. 

Joe Barnes — a swell guy. 

Arvilla McVey — she'd ask the gods 
for a second helping of nectar. 

Newton Starnes — inherently decent. 

Swayze — Hidalgo of room 313. 

Billy Gayle — needs a mother. 

Tassie Parker Kennedy — the perfect 
"Toots." 

Ken Clover — they don't come any 
better. 

Tommy Baldwin — petite collegiate. 

Burleson Cannan — you cannan 
stand much of it. 

Agnes Pope — 

Bruce Day — has woven honor, fal- 
lacies, and vanity into a pocket 
handkerchief to blow life's nose. 

Nelson Durst — the same as Clover. 



Word Portraits 



Louise Ward — might be sylph. 

Elizabeth Walden — well, Hershel. 

Gregory Meyer — eager. 

Doc Mann — what a man! 

Hershel Or — friendly bear. 

Launcelot Bailey — takes each step in 
the ladder. 

Durward Bailey — acute intellect, gen- 
erosity, acute choler. 

John Brown — sincere, still groping. 

Demar Therrell - - influences very 
young women. 

Lilla Bessonette — Joe's lucky. 

Weldon Byrd — incandescent invec- 
tive. 

Dorothy Deffebach — quite Phi. 

K. Horn— 

Adolph Balzen — the roof of science 
needs patching. 

Max Busshart — fair. 

Maclin Lackey — garrulous. 

Spud Lewis — "New men." 

Mary Pearl McCluney — sweet smile. 

Orville McDaniel — wild bull of the 
pampas. 

Joe McCook — he's a good kid. 
Norman Pressley — Hah! 



Jean Meyer — nice. 

Virgil Morelle — Tilden from Sweden. 

Jesse Scott Price — flitting. 

Popejoy — inoffensive. 

Alfred Phifer — intent. 

Frank Renfro — easy-going. 

Frances Mary Rice — helpful. 

Dink Wardlaw — Zane Grey used 
him. 

Compton Riley — you'll like him. 

Martha Rockett — she did like him. 

Nell Shivers — Miss Southwestern. 

Gene Smith — diligent. 

Cowley Smith — at times I'm not sure. 

Frances Temple — she could be good 
looking. 

Frances Tinsley — suavette. 

Gordon Van Sickle — Beeville is a 
peculiar town. 

Jimmie Wylie — bird dog. 

Winfred Menking — dogmatic. 

Hattie Kurth — agreeable. 

Royse Heard — like Snookie. 

Ford Ainsworth — I'll take Petty. 

Dr. Howard — he's laughing at you; 
if you ever find out why you'll 
blush. 



Southwestern University 
Flying Club 



Organized in 1935 



HERBERT GRAY, Instructor 




Starnes, Ferguson, White 

Ramseur, McLuney, Davis, Deffebach, Fox, Smith 

Armstrong, McMillan, Scarborough, Moore, Smith, Stafford, Larendon 



AUTOGRAPHS 



The University Crowd 

finds the clothes it prefers at 

SCARBROUGH'S 



Three individual departments . . . the Men's 
Store, the Sport Shop, and the Collegiate Shop 
. . . keep tab on the best campus fashions 
throughout the country and provide them 
correct in style, size and price for the Uni- 
versity crowd. 



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carorougn&50ES 



AUSTIN 



TEXAS 



THE PIRATE TAVERN 



Where Students Are Always Welcome 



MR. AND MRS. CLIFFORD HAUSENFLUKE 



AUTOGRAPHS 






Compliments of 

The Texas 

Oil Production 

Company 

Gladewater, Texas 



J. D. THOMPSON'S GARAGE 

Expert Mechanics 
Dependable Work 

GENUINE PARTS FOR ALL CARS 

Phone 120 
Georgetown Texas 


TROY LAUNDRY 

DRY CLEANERS-DYERS 
"Wear clean clothes" 

C. E. HARRIS, Manager 

Georgetown, Texas 


SINCLAIR REFINING CO. 

For every machine of every degree of 
wear there is a scientific 

SINCLAIR OIL 

To suit its speed and seal its power 

SEE YOUR DEALER 


EAT-A-BITE CAFE 

Where friends meet 
for lunch. 

STUDENTS WELCOME 

Mr. and Mrs. Whaley ] 


T. R. REED MUSIC CO. 

"Austin's Leading Music House" 

Your Friend 


WILCOX 

STATE HOUSE 

COFFEE CO. 


"FRITZ" 

Walburg, Texas 


HODGES BROS., Druggist 

We appreciate your 
Patronage 

Fine Perfumes and Cosmetics 
Free Delivery Phone 66 



Auto Accessories Washing and Greasing 

HEARD SERVICE STATION 

Sinclair Products 

"Sinclair's Modern Station on Austin Avenue" 

Bill Heard Manager Phone 44 



When in after years you turn the pages of this Sou'Wester. the history 
of the 1935-1936 class, and view the photographs of old friends and acguain- 
tances, may this familiar slogan, 

"THE SIGN OF GOOD CLOTHES" 

that has appeared in all your college publications, again come to your mind, 
and your friends and supporters at this store that features the newest of college 
styles while they are new. 




The College Man's Store 



GEORGETOWN WATER AND LIGHT PLANT 

belongs 
TO THE CITIZENS OF GEORGETOWN 
It Turned Back to the City more than $22,000 Net Earnings in 1935 

78% of its Earnings are Turned Back to the City and its Citizens Each Year 



AUTOGRAPHS 



R. J. STONE 

SOUTHWESTERN'S PHOTOGRAPHER 

Where there is beauty we take it; 
Where there is none we make it. 



Compliments 
of 

THE CORNER DRUG STORE 

We take this method to show that 
we are behind Southwestern and 
the Student Body. 

We believe in the future of South- 
western and are happy to support 
her. 

"TOMMY" COOPER, Manager 



R. L. LOGAN DRY CLEANERS 

DRY CLEANERS HATTERS DYERS 

Quick Service and Satisfaction Guaranteed 



Georgetown, Texas 



AUTOGRAPHS 



WILCOX BROS. 

JEWELERS OPTOMETRIST STATIONERS 

We carry a complete line of University books and supplies. 

Carry nice line of Jewelry . . . Have a complete Optical Department 
Do Watch and Jewelry Repairing 



A Pleasure to Serve You 



Georgetown, Texas 



GULF SERVICE STATION 

A. E. "RED" Lindell 



TIRES AND ACCESSORIES 



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Gasoline 



PALACE BARBER SHOP 

Where the Students Always Find 
the Best in Barber Work 



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THE ALCOVE 

We take this means to tell you of 
our appreciation for your patronage 
and of our happiness in serving 
you. 

MR. AND MRS. ISCHY 



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Organized 1890 

Deposits Guaranteed 
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Car Keys All Makes 


Compliments of 

THE FAMOUS 

A Friendly Place to Trade 


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A Store for Well Dressed 

College 

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CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS 

Southwestern has carried on the program of Christian Edu- 
cation in Texas since its founding. It has served the Church in 
this field as no other college has done and you are to be con- 
gratulated on having received your degree from such an in- 
sitution. 

We wish to say to you and Dr. Bergin that we are for you. 

REV. J. M. BOND, Weatherford 

ROY BORGER, President Weatherford College 

REV. AND MRS. B. C. SCHMIDT, Jarrel 

REV. AND MRS. J. S. HUCKABEE, Frost 

REV. AND MRS. KENNETH POPE, Georgetown 

REV. W. H. COLE, President of the Board of Christian Education 

CENTRAL TEXAS CONFERENCE 



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